A Huge Merry Christmas from Scotland

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Malcolm Ferrie
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A Huge Merry Christmas from Scotland

Postby Malcolm Ferrie » Sat Dec 24, 2016 3:01 am

I hope you all think of m,e working till about 11pm tonight, And for the new year I intend to make some informative videos about Corel draw and how easy it is to manipulate images and cut them out.

Have a great time

Malcolm
Malcolm Ferrie
North East Scotland
2 x 50 x 30 50w Lasers (TL)
1 x 70 x 50 60w Laser (TR)
1 x Mini 0.5w Laser (Anywhere)
1 x 50 x 30 water cooled cnc (BL)
Corel Draw 12 & x7, Artcam, Cut 2D, PhotoGrav
If I can't make it myself, I don't need it.

Willy Ivy
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Location: Pattison, Texas
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Re: A Huge Merry Christmas from Scotland

Postby Willy Ivy » Sat Dec 24, 2016 6:43 am

Malcolm
Thanks
I will give you a quick thought and prayer as you have to work on Christmas.
I look forward to your videos on CorelDraw as I am still struggling with it and have A LONG WAY TO GO.
There are so many things in it that I have never heard of and or have any clue what to do with them.
I tried experimenting with a bunch of it here while back and got everything all messed up, finally had to reset to original parameters to get it even working right again.
50w Chinese laser KH-7050, 500x300, TL, 2" lens, hot dog rotary
Modifications: 60w tube & power supply, honeycomb bed, amp meter, easy access mirrors
RDWorks V8.01.18, CorelDraw X6, W7 Pro
Pattison, Texas
http://dadburnitlaser.com
Willy

Malcolm Ferrie
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Location: N.E. Scotland

Re: A Huge Merry Christmas from Scotland

Postby Malcolm Ferrie » Sat Dec 24, 2016 7:24 am

Willy, Please, Please, Please, Message me with that you are trying to achieve, And I will explain in clear English what you have to do. I still remember having to struggle to complete a job. But I'm using lasers 8 hours a day and had to learn quickly. So if there's anything I can assist with, Message me.

Malcolm
Malcolm Ferrie
North East Scotland
2 x 50 x 30 50w Lasers (TL)
1 x 70 x 50 60w Laser (TR)
1 x Mini 0.5w Laser (Anywhere)
1 x 50 x 30 water cooled cnc (BL)
Corel Draw 12 & x7, Artcam, Cut 2D, PhotoGrav
If I can't make it myself, I don't need it.

Brian Book
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Joined: Sat Dec 03, 2016 8:59 am
Location: Burlington, Ontario Canada

Re: A Huge Merry Christmas from Scotland

Postby Brian Book » Sat Dec 24, 2016 9:36 am

Sorry to hear you have to work late on Christmas Eve :( .... wishing you a very Merry Christmas

I an also looking forward to your Videos for Corel Draw .... I haven't a clue as I have never used it before !

Brian
On Order = Ray Fine 80w 6040 110v
RDWorks 8.01.18
Corel Draw 6

Brian

Ron Gosnell
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Location: Arkansas

Re: A Huge Merry Christmas from Scotland

Postby Ron Gosnell » Sat Dec 24, 2016 3:45 pm

Merry Christmas, looking forward to some corel videos
Gozzie
ThunderLaser Mars 90 130 watt 900 x 600 TL
Ruida 644XG Controller RDWORKS 8.01.18
Windows 10 Ethernet Connected


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